Inglis Falls is located just south of Owen Sound, Ontario on the Sydenham River. The Falls are part of the Inglis Falls Conservation Area. The height of the falls is 18 metres. The waterfall is named after a Scottish immigrant, Peter Inglis who settled in the area around 1845.
|Sydenham River just above Inglis Falls|
|Great signage along the trails|
|Remains of the Grist Mill|
Remnants of a nineteenth-century gristmill are reminders of the power in this falling water, used by Inglis. Some of the original mill wheels that were used for grinding are on site.
|Margaret taking great shots|
The area was well marked and the view through the canyon towards Owen Sound is fantastic. Margaret and I explored the trail down towards the bottom of the falls.
|Canada Geese flying over the Falls|
The Bruce Trail swings by through the area heading north to Tobermory. There are many great spots to stop for photographs.
|Along the Bruce Trail|
Anyone heading to Owen Sound should make a stop and explore this beautiful natural area.
Coordinates : UTM 17N 505224 4930346